The City of Carlsbad is doing its part to make sure there's plenty of sand on local beaches. Beaches are replenished with sand through three different partnerships the City of Carlsbad has established with local and regional agencies. From September to December, the region's shoreline will be enhanced with more than 1.4 million cubic yards of high-quality sand, equal to about 120,000 truckloads. The San Diego Association of Governments, known as SANDAG is coordinating the $28.5 million Regional Beach Sand Project with support from community leaders in the coastal areas. Funding comes from the cities of Carlsbad, Encinitas, Imperial Beach, Oceanside, and Solana Beach, as well as the California Department of Boating and Waterways. Coastal erosion is the wearing away of land and the removal of beach or dune sediments by wave action, tidal currents, wave currents, or drainage. Changes in the surrounding landscape have reduced the amount of sand that makes it to our beaches naturally. Sand on beaches is also lost during winter storms when waves carry much of the sand back out to the ocean floor. That means sand needs to be added to keep up with beach erosion. In Carlsbad, about every two years, the Agua Hedionda Lagoon is dredged to replenish the beach sand. A large dredging vessel will collect sand by dredging the bottom of the lagoon mouth and pumping the sand to the beach. This dredging project could add up to about a half million cubic yards of sand to Carlsbad beaches. The Batiquitos Lagoon is also dredged every few years as needed to ensure the lagoon is healthy for fish and wildlife, and this provides sand for south Carlsbad beaches. The process includes dredging the bottom of the lagoon basin west of Interstate-5 to keep it deep enough to allow for the tides to keep the lagoon free from silt. Another benefit of the dredging is that it improves natural nesting areas for many endangered bird and fish species. The City of Carlsbad works on this project with the California Department of Fish and Game, which pays for this project. The goal of these partnership projects is to restore eroded beaches, support local tourism, and preserve recreational opportunities. So the next time you visit a Carlsbad beach, you'll know the beach sand is there in part because of Mother Nature and in part because of the strong partnerships between the City of Carlsbad and other agencies committed to preserving this essential part of the quality of life in Carlsbad.
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Please SUBSCRIBE by clicking here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Hansende To see my entire playlist click here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlH3f5WW7DCsEsc3OPStPuSqPPBnSvala My website: http://OutstandingVideos.com Relaxing 3 Hour Video of A tropical beach with clear torquoise water and gentle waves. Use as background while meditation, sleeping, studying, or entertaining. Why turn off your expensive big screen TV when you are not watching it? Turn it into a window to the world in high definition using videos like this and hardware like the Apple TV, Roku, Tivo, Boxee, XBox PS3, or Google TV, Ideal for homes, offices, waiting rooms, rest homes, home, office, restaurant, spa center, hospitals, and home confinement. Check out my playlist of similar videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlH3f5WW7DCsEsc3OPStPuSqPPBnSvala Do not download this. I purchased this video clip from LoungeV Creative Studio for "commercial purposes on unlimited basis. Please note that the license will not permit resale as stock footage".
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Relax to 5 minutes of sounds of nature by the sea. Post Office Rock. Recorded near Rivoli Bay, Beachport, South Australia., http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beachport,_South_Australia http://au.totaltravel.yahoo.com/destinations/destination/australia/sa/limestonecoast/mountgambier/beachport-1/ http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9005260 http://www.whereis.com/sa/beachport#session=MTE= GoJo Media Links GoJo Media PO Box 411 Cockatoo 3781 Australia Instagram: http://instagram.com/gojomedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoJoMedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoJoMedia Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/gojomedia Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+GoJoMediaGeoff Merchandise: http://gojomedia.spreadshirt.com/ Vine: https://vine.co/u/1161895078147805184 You Tube Main Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/GeoffJennyOliver You Tube Vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3TH5l0Q9Lky1RnR9xMkIXg You Tube Relax: https://www.youtube.com/user/GoJoMedia You Tube Kids: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLSB7Ge8_sb_oEEUZy-55Lw You Tube Music: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZNYCx0wcoO4SN8vN_XrUlg You Tube Birds: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEjRy2pRKBzcL4sdymxooVg
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The Top 25 and more Best Beaches in the World. Beautiful Beaches. What's your favorite? Myrtos (Greece) Cancun (Mexico) Miami Beach (USA), Seychelles Bali (Indonesia) Sonya Beach (China) Surfers Paradise (Australia) Phuket (Thailand) El Nido (Phillipines) Waikiki Beach Hawaii (USA) Copacabana Rio de Janerio (Brasil) Maldives Cape Town (South Africa) Fiji Islands Boracay (Phillipines) Harbour Island (Bahamas) Bora Bora (Tahiti) Zanzibar (Tanzania) Cas Abao (Curacao) Grote Knip (Curacao) Lefkas (Greece) Crane Beach (Barbados) Wineglass Bay (Tasmania) Bahai Honda (Florida, USA) Trunk Bay (Virgin Islands) North Palmetto (Bahamas) Tulum Beach (Mexico) Mauritius Palombaggia (Corsica, France) Vietnam Dominican Republic. Really great and beautiful beaches. Please let me know which beaches I should add in my new video.
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Series no.7 from Barbie life in the Dream house It's a beautiful day at the beach. Ken™, Barbie™, Skipper™ and Chelsea™ plan to enjoy some surf, sun and sand. Raquelle™, however, is determined to get Ken's™ attention with something she knows even he can't ignore -- a scorecard. Can she better Barbie™ in a beachy contest or will she end up with a sandy taste in her mouth
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Full lenght and more relaxing videos at http://www.zenvision.tv In this video you can see tiny movements of the sand in a beach caused by small streams of sea water. It might be helpfull for some kind of visual meditation. Mas videos relajantes y completos en http://www.zenvision.tv Video relajante en el que vemos un arroyo formado a la orilla del mar que dibuja caprichosas formas en la arena.
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The Great Wall of Lagos is formidable in its design and already does a magnificent job of protecting the coastline, even though it's not yet finished. Over the last 100 years, pounding waves from the Atlantic Ocean have eroded the land off Lagos, bringing the sea closer to the financial centre of Victoria Island. The threat of serious flooding was a major concern. Before the Great Wall, tidal surges used to regularly cause water and debris to spill over onto the main coastal highway -- Ahmadu Bello Way. Today the highway is clear from flooding, already protected, thanks to the development of Eko Atlantic. Testing the Great Wall Before the first of the giant concrete armoured blocks for the Great Wall of Lagos was lowered into position, its ability to withstand the worst of the Atlantic tidal surges was put to the test. Urban engineers at DHI, the world-renowned Danish hydraulic research centre, carried out extensive scale model trials. Data analysis by computer models showed that the Great Wall would keep Lagos safe from the worst tidal surges that can be expected. Facts and Figures on the Great Wall of Lagos When it's complete, the Great Wall of Lagos will be over 8 kilometres long. It is made from tens of thousands of concrete blocks (accropodes) weighing 5 tons each which interlock loosely to form an effective barrier that dispels the force of the waves and provides the primary armoured sea defence. Beneath the accropodes are various layers of rock that function as the secondary armour and core. In the first quarter of 2012 the Great Wall of Lagos was already well over 3 kilometres long and is growing at the rate of about 6 metres a day. In its completed form it will protect not only Eko Atlantic, but the whole of the Atlantic coastline off Victoria Island and Lagos. Creating the Foundations of Eko Atlantic The Great Wall of Lagos is already so substantial that it has created calm waters between it and the coastline off Bar Beach. The beach is getting bigger with each passing week as sand is dredged from the ocean floor beyond the wall and is pumped in to raise the land level. An area of more than three million square metres of land has already been reclaimed. The Belgian company, Dredging International, a leader in this field of engineering, is fast-tracking the sand-filling work. Dredging is operational around the clock. This massive operation is being done with great care and efficiency to reclaim land that our grandparents walked on as children. By the time the work is completed, they will have moved 140 million tons of sand -- that's 95 million cubic metres. This massive foundation will form the solid platform on which Eko Atlantic city will stand.
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How to make a sand castle for the family tips tricks and ideas for making a cool sand castle on the beach. Jennifer Rossen http://www.jennyrossen.com and http://www.sculptingsand.com shows you how to make sand stand, Sand Master, Australian Champion, Sand Sculptor and carver of sand jenny and her family make a quick castle on the shores of Dubai UAE. Turrets, windows, stairs and crenellations are all made for the cool sand sculpture to be made with friends, The volcano method the bucket pound up and soft and hard pack sand, come on join the fun make your perfect castle after watching this video.
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the video has been taken in Capo Ferrato, one of the most beautiful coasts in Sardinia, with my brand new Sony handycam HDR videocamera. no music..just listen to the hypnotic sound of the sea. This is also a very good place to surf. Not very big wind during this day but in winter it comes up with pretty good waves! Enjoy guys! Dedicated to my girlfriend Szilvia who cannot enjoy this paradise with me till the summer :P
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Namib Sand Sea - World Heritage Site http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/1430
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This video depicts how the SURF RAKE was used to help clean a beach in Connecticut after Hurricane Sandy had ruined the eastern coast line. Using a tractor equiped with a rock rake and a Barber SURF RAKE 600HD, the beach was cleaned, graded, and restored to its previous condition. Using Hurricane Sandy as an example, the video depicts the methodology for how to clean a beach following a hurricane. Once the sand has been put back on the beach following a hurricane, the beach cleanup process can begin to purify the beach sand, which has often been filled with new contaminants. When using the Barber SURF RAKE depicted in this video, the beach cleanup process also restores the natural grade of the beach for even cleaning. http://www.hbarber.com/Cleaners/SurfRake/Default.html
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On going Youtube Cosmos video List (short play of each ) Do You See What I See ? The Cosmos ( revealed hidden figures https://sites.google.com/site/artistdennispelliccia1/do-you-see-what-i-see-the-cosmos Do You See What I See ? Youtube Video List ( short videos ) My Discoveries of Hidden Images in Vincent Van Gogh Paintings https://sites.google.com/site/artistdennispelliccia1/do-you-see-what-i-see Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/archivepix.html Our Universe-Hubble Telescope Images http://youtu.be/-pA06Ck0eVs Hubble Supernova HD http://youtu.be/u2Uuqg-0jSk HubbleSite - Picture Album: Nebulae http://hubblesite.org/gallery/album/nebula Thirty eight years of hidden image discoveries, by Artist Dennis Pelliccia. The Hamptons, New York. June 5, 2012 From Beach Stones, to Van Gogh, to the Cosmos. Mysterious Comet baffles NASA scientists. http://youtu.be/m_VAXc9MhtQ Artist Dennis Pelliccia http://sites.google.com/site/artistdennispelliccia contact [email protected]
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CONE DRILLS done in the Sand at the Beach. Great for training your body to change direction on uneven surfaces. These can also be done at a sand volleyball court as well. The patterns I do in this video are M-N-X-Z letter patterns. You can come up with your own and be creative. These are 4 basic ones. Perform at least 4 reps of each one, so you will complete 16 total reps after completing all four Letter patterns. Go hard, go fast, explode and make tight cuts! Subscribe here for updates, it's FREE! http://bit.ly/XvGgSq READ MY BLOG: http://therykerdane.blogspot.com/ SOCIAL NETWORKS: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRykerDane Instagram: http://instagram.com/therykerdane Tumblr: http://therykerdane.tumblr.com Google+: http://goo.gl/EQCzWP Watch my other videos for an amazing wide variety of cool topics! Subscribe and Comment and hit that like button if this video helped you or if you just happen to LIKE IT! Thanks for watching! If you like seeing interesting videos, workout & exercise videos, food & nutrition, how to vids, racing, autos, and do it yourself projects then... Subscribe here , it's FREE! http://bit.ly/XvGgSq THANKS FOR WATCHING! and I WILL SEE YOU LATER!
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By Paul Talbot http://paultalbot.com.au/ http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au Links for more informations and prices: http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au/live-fish
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Please vote for my channel to be featured on youtube's home page! the competition ends Tuesday Feb 19th 2013 The competition is really close and every vote is needed! vote for my channel user name shesellsseashellscom here, https://www.google.com/moderator/#15/e=1fe067&t=1fe067.44 thanks so much! for more info visit http://debisdesigndiary.blogspot.com or http://www.facebook.com/pages/Debis-Design-Diary/294627757255973?sk=wall http://themermaidsmercantile.blogspot.com Debi's design diary, a fun DIY craft video, how to make a seashell candles, using seashells, starfish beach sand and a heat gun. These candles are afordable , quick and easy to make! They are great for a beach wedding, beach party or as a gift or party favor, to bring the coastal, beach house feel into your home or office.. For more information visit, debisdesigndiary.blogspot.com
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http://froknowsphoto.com/qt-beach-photos/ I just landed from my trip to Ft Lauderdale Florida where I got to spend some time on the beach. While I was out there sitting on the beach getting stressed out that I was just sitting around, I decided to make a video. The Quick Tip I decided to focus on was taking pictures on the beach and a few do's and dont's. Now I know I only gave a few tips but I think they are tips that should be kept in your mind for when you may have to shoot on the beach. The first tip has to do with when to shoot and when not to. There are times where the spray from the ocean is thick and is sticking to everything. This is not the best time to take your gear out as the misty wet sand will end up not only on your lenses but possibly in your camera. If you really need to shoot in this type of environment my suggestion would be to use one of those ThinkTank Photo Hydrophobias and to put a UV or CP filter on your lens. The Hydrophobia will protect your camera from the fine sand particles and sticky mist that is flying around. The UV or CP filter will protect the front element of your lens and take the brunt of the sticky sand for you. The idea is to protect your camera and lenses at all costs on the beach. I personally do not use a UV filter on any of my lenses. But in a situation where there is a chance of something happening to my lens, I rather risk a $75 filter over a $2,000 Lens. Another tip I brought up was to use a circular polarizer when you are on the beach. This will make the sky and water really pop before you ever take your images into the computer. Remember this if you have a UV filter on your lens and you want to use the CP be sure to remove the UV first. It is never a good thing to stack filters as it will start to one cut down on light and two cut down on the quality of your images. The last quick tip form the video is for those who go from a very cold climate right outside into a humid hot day. What is going to happen is you will get instant condensation on your lens and possibly inside your camera. There is no way to stop this once it starts, your lens will fog up and its possible that your camera will as well. My recommendation is you leave your camera and lenses outside to acclimated to the outside temperate. You want to leave yourself enough time for this equalization to occur because you will not be able to shoot images with a foggy camera or lens. Do not attempt to wipe away the condensation as it will just come right back until it matches the outside temperature. One final though is if you do end up getting sand on your lens you want to be very careful how you clean it. You will not want to try and rub a lens cloth across the front element as there is a possibility that the fine particles of sand will scratch your lens. I think the best think to do is use a rocket air once the same dries. This way you will remove all the particles before you try to physically wipe the lens. All and all be very careful on the beach, sand and sea water are a killer even in small doses. Be sure to clean your gear after being on the beach so it does not have a chance to eat away at it. To connect with FroKnowsPhoto please follow below http://store.froknowsphoto.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/froknowsphoto Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/froknowsphoto Google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/116504838384158630416/ Please Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jaredpolin
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Sand bubbler crabs 'hunt' meiofauna during low tide, producing sand balls while doing so. This humorous footage is part of Blue Planet (episode 3 - Tidal Seas) by the BBC, a series that I highly recommend. Narrated by David Attenborough. Blue Planet - BCC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b008044n/products
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Best beach in India when you visit here the best sun bath facility available in Arabian sea shore safe and secure surf beach in India on yellow sand beaches of Indian coastline. Golden Sand Beach video at evening before sun set with clouds and a nice view of horizon with golden sand spread over hundreds of kilometers. This video recorded at Arabian coast in south India Kerala beach at Cherai with 720p HD format using Samsung galaxy note and galaxy s3 camera.
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Watching sand crabs aka sand fleas burrow in the sand. Sandcrabs are a great bait for permit, pompano, flounder, striped bass, and other coastal fishes. They can be caught by digging near the waterline where the ocean meets the beach and the waves wash over. Just dig about 8in into the sand. Look for disturbances in the sand such as mounds, holes, and valleys. Sand crabs are also called sand fleas, and mole crabs. Sand Fleas are crusteceans and feed on plankton. They have the largest sensory neurons found in any animal. Sand crabs spawn in the spring and summer and can lay as many as 45k eggs. When the eggs hatch, the baby sand crabs travel via ocean currents for many miles over 30 days. Mole crabs live about 2-3 years. Scientific Name: Emerita talpoida
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Enjoy the heat and feel the fun as we take you to Anini-y: Sea, Sand and Sun. Anini-y is the place to be! Experience the unique and adventurous trip as you cross the sea, explore the island and meet different species to what they considered a "Virgin island". Come and see the breathtaking view of Nogas Island from Sira-an Hotspring. And also feel relaxed as you try the Hotspring located at Sira-an. Come, Look and Experience. Be one to spread the beauty of Anini-y. =) (Located at Anini-y, Antique,PHILIPPINES.)
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